Canned: How I Lost Ten Jobs In Ten Years and Learned to Love Unemployment (2nd Revised Edition)

Canned How I Lost Ten Jobs In Ten Years and Learned to Love Unemployment nd Revised Edition They tell you to do what you love and you ll never work a day in your life But what if the thing you love is not having a job From blue collar to white collar Franklin Schneider has had every kind o

  • Title: Canned: How I Lost Ten Jobs In Ten Years and Learned to Love Unemployment (2nd Revised Edition)
  • Author: Franklin Schneider
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • They tell you to do what you love, and you ll never work a day in your life But what if the thing you love is not having a job From blue collar to white collar, Franklin Schneider has had every kind of job, and been fired from them all Internet start up 24 hour adult bookstore Television writer Assembly line at a cookie factory Telemarketer The dreaded, ubiquitThey tell you to do what you love, and you ll never work a day in your life But what if the thing you love is not having a job From blue collar to white collar, Franklin Schneider has had every kind of job, and been fired from them all Internet start up 24 hour adult bookstore Television writer Assembly line at a cookie factory Telemarketer The dreaded, ubiquitous cubicle, many times Schneider was fired so many times that he spent the majority of his twenties on unemployment He is extremely proud of this, though he d never say it out loud Canned is the inspirational story of an adulting fail several of them, in fact It will either make you feel much, much better about your 9 to 5 fluorescent lit ennui, or much, much worse This is the book for you, if you re a fan of George Orwell s Down and Out in Paris and London, the self immolation of late stage capitalism, the Cam ron song I Hate My Job, working for six months and then getting unemployment checks for a year, Charles Bukowski, the fifteen hour workweek, getting blackout drunk and hurling a lawnmower through the picture window of your ex boss s house, Michel Houellebecq, the surprisingly Marxist undertones of Dolly Parton s 9 to 5, things that cost exactly 3.99, makeshift break room tiramisu made from crushed Twinkies, instant coffee, and stolen yogurt, Mikhail Lermontov, abruptly throwing yourself onto the third rail while waiting for your morning train, hate reading Dilbert comics, The Office the funny one, not the American version , universal basic income, Tropic of Capricorn by Henry Miller, bad attitudes, shoplifting from Wal Mart, saying on the dole even if you re not British, that scene from Seinfeld where George and Jerry are trying to think of a new career for George, using lots of emojis and novelty fonts on your resume, ironic poverty, Journey to the End of the Night by Louis Ferdinand Celine, the depressing stories in the Raymond Carver oeuvre, or the theory of surplus value.

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